Community bankers also ask President Obama to consider taxing billion-dollar credit unions.
Testy exchanges focus on potential compliance costs and financial products targeted for increased scrutiny.
The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday provided more details of how it plans to examine credit unions and banks.
With 115,000 new jobs and Chrysler’s $7.5 billion recent loan repayment to the government, the White House is encouraged by the auto industry’s comeback.
Spring fever is in the air. Or hay fever. Some kind of fever has policy makers in Washington not thinking very clearly.
President Obama has signed the repeal of a Form 1099 reporting rule that the SBA said would be costly to small businesses.
In a speech Wednesday, credit unions' tax-exempt status were among the "tax expenditures" the president called for review.
Below is an excerpt from Glenn Beck's Fox News broadcast of Oct. 8.
Did the credit union industry do enough to persuade legislators to include an amendment that would have raised the member business lending cap in a newly signed $30 billion small business lending law?
Guest blogger Charles Bruen, CEO of First Entertainment Credit Union, questions the choice of Elizabeth Warren to head up the formation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.